Program Requirements

Choose the advising form that coincides with the year you started at UVM

MMG Advising Form 2010/2011

MMG Advising Form 2011/2012

MMG Advising Form 2012/2013

MMG Advising Form 2013/2014

MMG Advising Form 2014-2015

MMG Advising Form 2015-2016

MMG Advising Form 2016-2017

Undergraduate Research and Internship Forms

Undergraduate Research Proposal Cover Sheet 2015, MMG 197/198 or 297/298

Internship Guidelines, MMG295B/296B

Assessment – Learning Goals for Microbiology and Molecular Genetics majors

Microbiology Learning Goals 2016

Molecular Genetics Learning Goals 2016

Possible Microbiology or Molecular Genetics Course Schedule

The following is intended only as an example – MMG Options during the 3rd & 4th years may not be offered in a particular year

 

  • What our students have to say...

    I was drawn into the program by looking at the statistics about the students on the wall. The group of Molecular Genetics majors were a highly successful group after graduation. A high percentage of them were going to graduate school, or medical school, or were working great jobs. I picked this as a major because I wanted to be like those kids. I think that the title "molecular genetics" sounds intimidating. Although, believe it or not, I have to say the courses aren't that hard. They are significantly easier than neuroscience courses, and I speak from experience. The courses take you step by step, starting out with baby steps, and you build on your knowledge base for the four years. In that way, the program is well designed. Also, the courses aren't just static information, what you learn is relevant and on the new frontiers of science. We learned about the Ebola virus, and about other pandemics.

    Amy (Molecular Genetics), graduated 2016